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captioning sponsored by 20th century fox television and ford. we go further, so you can. captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org p s >> skies are clearing with the cold air moving in. and with the details about the gun scare. and with the results of the new hampshire primary and to go to
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>> the school board chairman was alerted right away. and we have important information that he wants to share in presenting the information like this one. with the weapon in the backpack and with the parents and the recorded message from the principal. the student and the welcome back are recovered. and the school was on lockdown delay ing delaying school and was shocked and coming to see another
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and scary and the parents are scared and everybody. and a young kid shouldn't be having a gun. >> deputies commended the dep and we asked what could be done to keep guns out of school? >> there are around 3,000 and metal detectors probably wouldn't be possible. >> to scan that many students through detectors is frankly, logistically impossible for us. >> deputies are monitoring social media. however, they need the public's help in sharing important information that could affect the safety of students. >> and with the minor community and to continue to be vigilant. >> and the name of the student arrested was not released. in orange county, valerie boey, fox 35 news. >> and the fox 35 weather
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warnings for parts of the area. where are we? >> and we could hear it blustery in valerie's live shot. >> been windy all day and the wind is blowing and the combination of wind and low 30's by sunrise. and the freeze warning in blue. gainesville to palatka and a wind chill advisory in the pink area and that is where wind chills late tonight and early tomorrow morning and 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. can be feeling like the upper 20s to lower 30s and a big, big change and its bebeen cold and chilly and 51 in leesburg. and 50 melbourne. and 45 gainesville. and here are the forecast lows. and 30 in gainesville and 35 in daytona and melbourne and to 40 around kissimmee and saint
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and we will talk more about the continuation of the cold temperatures through the work week. and also the weekend outlook is coming up. >> and thank you to track the weather 24/7 by downloading the free fox 35 weather app. and go to the app store and text that area. >> and following the big news from new hampshire, donald trump and bernie sanders the big winner in the presidential primary and the election results just in and 34% of the vote. and john kasich 16% and on the democratic side, bernie sanders the clear winner over hillary clinton with 59% of the vote to the 39 and keith landry is analyzing the results in the election center. they were called a while ago. >> the big night for donald trump picking up a lot of support from independents and
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new hampshire they are sick and tired of politics as usual. doubling the second place finisher who is talking with his supporters in manchester, new hampshire right now. let's listen in to donald trump live. >> you say it so beautiful. you have a tremendous problem. the first thing they mention to me, mr. trump, please do something. the drugs, the heroin, it is pour norring and so cheap because there is so much of it. and the kids are getting stuck and other people are getting stuck and we're going to end. we're going to end it at the southern border. it will be over. and we will work and work really hard to get those people that are so addicted off the habit. we're going to work like hell to take care of the situation in new hampshire and all over the country.
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border rs again and work with people to solve that problem. and with the second place finish in iowa and a few minutes ago to wrap up the speech in new hampshire and with the built. and with what hillary clinton said afterwards. >> thank you, the hampshire. >> shortly after the polls close and secretary clinton called and was gracious in her congratulations. i thank her for her call to congratulate her and with the
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so let me take this opportunity to thank the many, many thousands of volunteers here in the granite state who worked so tirelessly. >> i don't know what we would have done if we had won. i am grateful to you. i want to begin by congratulate congratulating senator sanders on his victory tonight. and i want to thank each and every one of you to say i still love new hampshire and i always with. from the battle for third and fourth place and from nevada. and let's go back to bob and sunny.
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thank you so much. good to join us and start with you on the democratic side. and bernie sanders was quite the speech he gave tonight. it was quite lengthy and less of an acceptance speech and morelike an inauguration speech and laid everything out there. >> this may be the best night of the campaign. going forward, i see an easier path for hillary clinton and unless it absolutely implodes. and the states coming up and more southern and more west. and bernie sanders and to capture capture. do you see a shakeup in hillary's campaign? there had been rumors perhaps
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and change as much as it was for mark. and once you get into the south and the bible belt, i think hillary clinton's chances will totally blossom. and if i was a left-wing nut, i would definitely go for bernie sanders. the appeal of free stuff, i mean, it is pretty appealing. the only thing to think of as a conservative is cha-ching, and i am thinking, my wallet is going to be completely empty if this guy were president of the united states. >> and donald trump goes on the win. and wasn't that he won by a convincing margin and the key voting panel. and and get to south carolina and different territory.
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people being interviewed today. and switched his vote from bernie sanders to ted cruz. one of the craziest things i ever heard. another lady has been a lifer long republican and put the party labels aside and went to the person with the most experience, and someone that was trustworthy and trust in offers and that was hillary clinton. and so new hampshire --. new hampshire is a different world. you never know. and giver me a story beyond donald trump winning. and kasich in second and maybe the battle for third place and the precipitous drop of marco rubio. >> new hampshire was supposed to bring consolidation and brought us chaos. this is excellent news for donald trump because as long as the other tierover candidate and the bush-cruz-rubio are all cannibalizing each other and
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and as long as that happens and it givers trump a free pass and easier ride. and this is much more muddled than it was supposed to be. minute new hampshire is not about new hampshire. and new hampshire is about what i call mo mo. momentum and money. and right now there is nothing consolidating on that anti-trump side of the ledger. and i think he's going to have a pretty convincing shot here going forward. >> all right. great to have you here. stick around. we will be coming back throughout the evening and coming up at 11:00 as well. thanks, guys. the investigation and the teen
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>> and unsecured gun and got ahold of the gun and horse play and the gun went off to strike the 13-year-old in the head. the gun that the older teens were playing with mrongs to walter morain. he is a felon. the case remains under investigation. >> and the state hunters could @ have more protection. >> and applied for licenses from the florida fish and wild life and sponsors the bill and with the hunting license holders have
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protecting that information. and to have this raid on this house or that house. so if that is approved, and coming up a local family sells practically everything they can own to take their six children on tour of the united states in an r. vvrment and like a personal shopper. subscription boxes deliver a sample to the doorstep. straight ahead, why the trend is
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what sho >> how about road school? and a local family bought an
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that way. and we are introduce ed d and the family plays the favorite car at the dinner game and a little more cramped than usual. and this 300 square foot r.v. is the new home for the foreseeable future. and the leesburg family of eight levers everything behind. and talking with the show and to take the home and wherever we wanted and with whatever we wanted to see. and that is exactly what we wanted.
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comfort zone. and all six of their little ones from the r.v. to set out on o journey. and we love kids and so excited to let people go all across america and really loving people. and she will continue to home school the children and the former tradesman will pick up jobs along the way on top of the money they already saveed. we wanted the experience and touch nature and experienced history and will document the experience on the website and that is the goal and to put the emphasis and bring them closer together on the voyage far, far away. >> i don't think we're ever
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and taking the game and tiffany teaseley, fox 35 news. >> and the endangered whale. and sebastian inlet and from the atlantic ocean. and great news for the dozens of curious onlookers. and it was worth it. and officers with the florida fish and wildlife with the oncoming boats too close to the endangered wells and 500 yards from the risk of fines. and only on fox tonight, orange county is trying to get you out of traffic and through the next stoplight. >> to help, they are spending $375,000 on a video wall kind of like the one fox 35 shows behind us. is it worth it or wasteed?
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management senter in orange county and whether you are stuck in a red light or getting through the red light. but the county tells me is in dire need of an upgrade. and the federal government and $375,000 and to place this video wall and with the maintenance issues and back in 2005. and with the cameras and will help run i.t.s. intelligent traffic systems. and that changes the signal and the timing automatically and as traffic travels through the corridors. and to optimize and collect data from the field and optimizes the timing. and without a fully working wall and the costs go up and will allow us to monitor what is going on in the field.
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the systems. and with the handful of the 111 cameras at orange county intersections and the 375,000 video wall and be able to tap into all of them. and mike simon, fox 35 news. >> and the good tuesday evening. a look at the i-4 forecast. and this is what is going on underneath i-4 and this is the bridge work that's actually happening on church street and closures on eastbound and westbound all week long. and these are daylight closures and be aware if you are in this area in the daylight hours down the road here. and underneath i-4 at fairbanks and the next week and a half during the overnight hours and be aware if you are travelling through the areas.
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construction updates on your own part.
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>> every time i think about complaining about the wind, i remember june and april. >> then there is that and the
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down to 20 below. >> good for them. >> we're okay. and with the partly cloudy and no rain on radar. and the forecast with the cold temperatures and temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s for wind chills. and ocala and gaines kril and the first thing tomorrow morning and your wind chills are into the mitted 20s and the same in melbourne. the key to the forecast has everything to do with the low to the north and coming over land would be from georgia and that would be sending temperatures into the 20s and low 30s and have a freeze warning in
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from the west, comes from the gulf of mexico and warms it just a little bit. if you need to deal with the pool and keep the pump running and doesn't kick on until later in the morning with the chance and wear extra layers. be careful with the fireplace or any of the space heaters or fireplaces. and this is with the forecast los at # 5:30 and 6:00 in the morning. and how about 8:00 in the morning when everybody is going off to work and school. the upper 30s and 40s. so will be cold and kissimmee and st. cloud. and 51 sanford.
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and the winds are brisk from the west-northwest about 10 to 15 miles per hour. and the or e picture showing don't. no frost. the air is too dry and windy. 56 in tampa and 46 in this area. and showers from the wind direction from the west and clouds and for storm, sunny and
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in the mid to upper 50s. and thursday up to 61. and friday is the day and let's save you cash with the pump patrol. and from illinois avenue. the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
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staff and students with the flu like symptoms and in a statement the diocese of orlando said the well being is a high priority and the school will reopen tomorrow morn. from lake county, tiffany teaseley, fox 35 news. a fight broke out and a third
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say he was trying to stop a friend. >> one kid told police that a gang leader was stabbed but they are not calling this a lang and they want to catch this guy before the crimes get dangerous. >> university police are on the hunt for a serial flasher. 10 times total with six times off campus and four on. and three happened in the stairwell across from sorority row. a man in his 20s and 30s exposes himself to female students. they call police and he runs away. if you see this guy, call police
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>> sweeps of gas stations found skimers at four alone. they will expect them in the city limits looking for the devices to swipe at the pump. >> blue tooth is enabled to allow the suspect to pull pump and activate the device with a computer or a cell phone. >> choose pumps within eye shot of the convenience stores because criminals may be less likely to install the devices on pumps if they think they will be seen. for more on the stories and other local news any time, check out our website. >> at least 10 people are dead and two commuter members with
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isolated part of bavaria. and the two trains slammed into one another on the curve meaning the engineers wouldn't have seen each other before it was too late. the safety system is supposed to brake them on the same trains heading towards each other. the two black boxes could determine what went wrong. drufrld and bern -- drufrld and bernie sand -- donald trump and bernie sanders are on top in new hampshire. and a suspected shoplifter dies after being arrested in a central florida store. and nasa announced the state of the organization organization and how they are preparing for a trip to mar. we will tell you more coming up at 11:00.
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growing number of americans are handing in their walking papers. the highest amount in nine years. people are confident they can find other work. if you are thinking of quitting soon, you may want to look for a big company. fewer of them planning to hire. and sears struggling with the retailer speeding up plans to close 50 stores because of disappointing sales and considering a bunch of lay offs. and planning a vacation, how about the city of brotherly love? and a new report names philadelphia the most exciting u.s. city to visit this year. the travel website lonely planet
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>> and we have the latest results and the reaction. what else did he have to say with the victory in general? >> and will make america great again. and thanked new hampshire and kind of the same old, same old, but maybe a bit more presidential or subdued.
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emphatic tonight. everyone kind of assuming that drufrld donald trump and bernie sanders would win so the question was who would come in second and the votes are being tally and appears as though he will come in third place. and while john kasich will go on to south carolina where donald trump has the a 20-point lead it sets up a big battle between drufrld and ted cruz. and hillary clinton did call
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the blow saying he is the hometown favorite and there is an electorate that is 95% white and is different in south carolina. >> and we will be keeping up with you tonight throughout the process. >> there is a cool way to treat yourself to presents 12 times a year. >> the convenience and a nice surprise. >> the trend of subscription boxs is exploding. >> and a pattern shift will change changes in the u.s. and more proof that it is cold.
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together for warmth at three sisters springs at crystal river national wildlife ref refugee.
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access is re >> subscription boxes are one of the hottest trends. it is delivered right to the doorstep. dana jay has what you need to take full advantage of this trend. something sweet and something sassy. backed in tape and shipped in time for valentine's day. >> we ship them to girls across the country. these ladies are packing boo dle box. >> for girl of all ages. >> the surprises arrive in the mail over and over again and beauty products and fashion
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item that is in with the theme. >> the founders start about a year ago. they think they fill a niche in a market that is exploding. with the subscription boxes, you can have just about anything delivered to your door phi any price. there is a pet pack. a glossy box of sample size cosmetics and hair products for about the same price. replenish razors and other man goods for a dollar a month. >> and not worrying about running out of razors.
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of the dollar shave club. >> ray sors and -- razors and healthy snacks. >> a convenience and a surprise. and the college professor boils it down to this. it is a low risk, relatively cloe low cost way to sample new things. >> and they help companies get their goods in front of buyers from gifts for girls so think about this before they sign up. if variety and experimentation and if it's i want to find this
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this probably doesn't work out for you. >> and several thousand a month. and i will say a number around it's changed again tomorrow. this industry is so new that it's difficult to say how many services are out there or how much money people are spending on them, but if you use google searches as a measure, you can see there was a huge spike. >> and a nice picture of you in a parka. >> is that embarrassing or what? >> a little bit. >> you will be all right. and tomorrow afternoon and will be covered up. >> that and the boots. and fur-lined boots. >> they are at my desk. >> and the forecast here in central florida is heating up, too. and temperatures won't warm up
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on friday. and live radar is rain free and a few clouds around. and the wind chill advisory for the overnight hour rs and 3:00, 4:00 in the morning and 10:00 tomorrow morning with the wind chills to the upper 20s to low 30s. and to gainesville and a light freeze. the rest of us upper 30s to about 40 degrees. and right now 46 in ocala. and 53 downtown. and the temperatures right now running about 5 to 1 # 1 degrees colder tonight. and compared to last night. so with the dew points and part of that is they are low into the 20s and low 30s and the air is nice and dry right now. with the west winds out there. and don't do it.
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and gainesville at 45 degrees and a dew point of 49 degrees. and the planner in the upper 30s to 40. and a cold start at the bus stop. and the winds are still up there and will eventually turn more north and northwest. what is going on across the u.s. and into the end of the work week, really this upcoming weekend, this appears to be the coldest air mass from the arctic and with the revised forecast numbers to put the forecast low temperatures down to about 30 to 35 below zero. that will be flirting with some of the record lows for portions of the northern great lakes.
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the good news is it slides to the east and chicago, indiana, and more to the east and is quite cool with the extended period of cool temperatures but into next week with the temperatures near or below normal in the county by county forecast. and 57 in the metro area. and with the chance for a few showers monday into tuesday and temperatures otoor below normal with the coastline tomorrow and the warm up a little bit and cooling back down again on sunday with a high temperature of about 62. and that is the blob of arctic air to the south. and 53 tomorrow. the overnight lows and a freeze
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increase speed, full throttle! (over intercom) ann, are you coming in? negative! stay on target. what are you guys doing? r2, thrusters! they're closing in! i'll guard the base. for every family that lives star wars... ...this is the place where star wars lives. where a galaxy far, far away... ...is closer than ever before. come join us...as star wars awakens. now at walt disney world resort. experience the fun of all four theme parks with the florida resident 4-day disney select ticket. oh-oh, oh-oh oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-ooh, oh hearts are made for sharing. spread some sweetness with dunkin' donuts'
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heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share. america runs on dunkin'. >> a stolen piece of blown glass has shown us just as fast as it vanished. the piece by dale chihuily collection and that piece showed up in a cardboard box from the marine art center a half mile away. with the box and a package or something and unlocked the door and put it over ear and with the morning stuff and opened the box.
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the unmarked boss was taken as everyday to be checks for fingerprints and d.n.a..
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a volusia county canine deputy received honors just before getting honors again. he is the most highly decorated canine in the county. today he got a medal of valor around a purple heart art. and one of the suspects ran and shot endo in the neck before taking his own life. he did everything he was trained to do. >> and did just what he was supposed to do and physically ap apprehend the guy and that is when he was shot. >> definitely saved lives. >> doctors and nurses at the deland animal hospital were also awarded. deputy ies say he stopped a
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to runaway from a car chase. with the shuttle program officially history, a tour of the johnson space senter in texas to find out what the state of the space agency is now. and what happened hours before the death from a suspected shoplifter. >> donald trump and bernie sanders are running away really with the new hampshire primary races tonight. jeb bush and mar rubio locked in a battle and with the new hampshire primary with 34% of the boat. and ted cruz in third with 12%.
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